The Inspector of Police, Martin Ochola, has warned commanders concealing subordinates involved in crimes. Ochola through the director of human resource management Assistant Inspector General of Police- AIGP Jesse Kamunanwire, has said there is increasing laxity by unit commanders not promptly informing the force headquarters about the crimes and misconduct by their juniors.
Dr. Emmerentian Mbabazi, the project specialist for cities at the World Resource Institute (WRI), pointed out that many schools are dangerously close to roads, leaving children with no safe areas outside their school gates. “This calls for land use regulation. If you have your land, what are you allowed to use it for or not,” Dr Mbabazi said.
They revealed that they sell the stolen parts in Kisekka market and led police to their accomplices' shops where more suspects were arrested. These include Abdul-Karim Lukwago, Mark Kabambwe, Fred Nyanzi, and Fred Wandera.
Armed robberies have often targeted mobile money agents and supermarkets that are found of keeping large sums of money up to late night hours. A number of mobile money shops and supermarkets have been shot dead or injured in Nsangi, Kyengera, Kajjansi, Kassanda, Mubende, and Kyotera in four months.
SSP Haguma has said that fighting and protecting citizens from cybercrime requires police officers to be well conversant with cyber knowledge. SSP Haguma’s unit intends to equip hundreds of police officers with cyber skills so that they can be in position to fight the crime.
Moses Ntenga, a child specialist and the founder of Joy for Children, an NGO advocating for children's rights, adds that forming and joining school gangs can also be driven by factors such as a lack of parental love, poor academic performance, and a disinterest in education.
According to information that has been provided by the deceased’s close friends, Hakim, returned days later without the motorcycle claiming that he had left it in a private parking in Kisaasi. The suspect added that his wife was not at home to provide their house’s keys and thus requested to spend a night at Simon’s house.
In his statement released on Wednesday, Gen Katsigazi halted all NUP activities and emphasized the need for proactive measures to protect citizens and property, rather than waiting for towns and cities to deteriorate into chaos before responding.
Birigwa insists that the party’s constitution gives him powers to call the delegates conference and his position has been supported by the founding president Dr Kizza Besigye. A group of FDC members allegedly from 13 districts yesterday gave Birigwa 48 hours to cancel the delegates meeting or else he will face consequences.
The Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire identifies the suspects as Stephen Komakech and Byamukama. The third suspect, who hasn’t been named is in custody at Jinja Road police station.
Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, stated in a joint announcement that two of the suspects were released because of lack of evidence connecting them to the IEDs found at Pr. Kayanja's church, Lungujja Zone Eight, Peace Guest House in Bunamwaya, and Mabiito Hub in Nateete.
Owoyesigyire said they are now looking for Namuleme and her accomplices because it is clear there were people helping her to keep the child and they also provided the telephone number on which the money was to be sent.
According to a statement recorded by his wife Sentina Obaro, Ojandu woke up this morning in a 'weird mood.' He appeared to have some problems but I couldn't understand what had really happened,” Abaro told detectives shortly after the incident at their home in Nansana Municipality, Wakiso District.